Dulux Trade Ultimate Opaque

  5.0/5.0   1 reviews
 

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You'll need enter area above for 2 coats (Standard Protection)
You'll need enter area above for 3 coats (Ultimate Protection)

Wood type and application can vary coverage

 
  • A high performance, solvent-based, opaque exterior coating
  • Ideal protection for cladding, windows and other joinery
  • Offers 10 Year Weathershield Protection
  • Water repellent finish
  • Dries to an opaque, satin sheen
Brand Dulux Trade
No. of coats 2-3
Coverage Up to 20 per litre
Drying time 16 hrs
Size 1L, 2.5L, 5L
MPN 5180583, 5180586, 5180652, 5180665, 5180744, 5180701
GTIN 5010212568477, 5010212568507, 5010212568729, 5010212568750, 5010212569030, 5010212569061

For the best results, ensure surfaces to be coated with Dulux Trade Ultimate Opaque are sound, clean and dry.

Previously Painted Timber

  • Remove all loose and defective coatings, stripping back to bare wood if necessary
  • Special precautions should be taken during surface preparation of pre-1970s painted surfaces as they may contain harmful lead

Old Timber

  • Remove all traces of mould, algae, lichen or moss with a suitable mould and mildew cleaner
  • Remove defective glazing material, clean the rebates and any loose or open joints
  • Replace any rotten wood and troublesome knots with new preservative treated timber
  • Thoroughly rub down all surfaces in the direction of the grain to remove any grey, weathered wood and surface sheen from remaining coatings, taking care to remove all traces of sanding dust from the area to be stained

New or Bare Timber

  • Prime all bare wood with 2 coats of Dulux Trade Aquatech Preservative Basecoat Plus (BP) including any new or bare replacement beading
  • Excess basecoat should be wiped off all surrounding paintwork with a lint-free cloth
  • Fill any surface defects, open joints, etc. with a suitable wood filler and replace any missing glazing material
  • Do not use linseed oil putty for glazing (or making good), use external beads set in an appropriate non-setting mastic or a special glazing compound
  • Although new joinery is often factory primed using a stain basecoat, these materials quickly erode when left exposed and may need to be re-primed

Always do a test area before starting any project to test adhesion and final finish and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Dulux Opaque wood finish is not suitable for spray application. Do not apply if surface or air temperature is 5℃ or below.

Stir contents of tin thoroughly before and during application to ensure a consistent finish.

  1. Apply 2-3 coats of Dulux Ultimate Opaque with a good quality paint brush
  2. Allow 16 hours to fully dry

To maintain the finish, simply apply a fresh coat of Dulux Ultimate Opaque, following the Preparation and Application instructions above.

1 customer reviews
5/5.0
 
Excellent covering power by Ron Fairweather

Easy to apply Good covering power Leaves an excellent finish

Reviewed 5L, White on: 21/07/17